OS X security features

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Learn how to protect your entire HDD or SSD with Apple Mac OS X FileVault encryption system.
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Learn how to create a secured .dmg file protected by password. Very useful to transmit data securely.
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Learn how to protect the boot order from your Mac with a password. This feature will avoid someone to boot up your computer from any other device than the internal drive.
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Learn how to add a “warning message” for all users that will logon to your Mac.
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Learn how to add a “lock screen message”. very useful to put your name, phone number and address.

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Learn how to scan your Mac and clean up viruses and malware from your favourite computer.
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Learn how to scan your Mac and clean up viruses like a pro via the Terminal.
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How to backup your Mac with Apple Time Machine
Learn how to make a full backup of your Mac computer with the Apple Time Machine. Time Machine is included in Mac OS and is very easy to use and to configure.
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How to restore some files with Apple Time Machine
Learn how to restore deleted files and folders from a Time Machine backup.
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How to restore your entire system and data with Apple Time Machine
Learn how to restore the entire system, configuration, files and folders from a Time Machine backup on an external USB drive.

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Learn how to show all the running process on your Mac. Very useful to see what is going on.
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Learn how to print confidential documents in secure mode. This mode allow you to setup a password on the printing process. You will need to go nearby the printer and type in your password on the printer keyboard to release the print.
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Use “Lock Me Now” to secure your Mac.
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How to configure Mail with a digital certificat
Learn how to configure Mac OS X Mail with a digital certificat. This will allow you to send signed and encrypted mail.